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Keeping the family entertained on holiday in Spain is never easy, especially when there are babies, toddlers, teenagers and grandparents to cater for. However, holidaymakers staying at La Manga Club should find that they have no such problems.

Located in the Murcia region of Spain, beside the famous Mar Menor coastal lagoon, La Manga Club is one of the world's finest holiday resorts and basks in more than 300 days of sunshine annually.

The resort covers an area of over 1,400 acres and boasts unrivalled sports and leisure facilities, including a number of championship golf courses and a luxury health spa.

La Manga caters for guests of all ages and abilities, from sporting professionals to absolute beginners and visitors are sure to find something that suits them.

With its enviable location beside Europe's largest saltwater lagoon, La Manga is an ideal base for holidaymakers keen to take part in water-based activities.

Mar Menor covers an area of 170 square kilometres and its gentle waters are over six degrees warmer than the Mediterranean Sea which surrounds it.

The area is widely considered to be of Europe's best sailing and windsurfing destinations and guests can try their hand at it by taking lessons with one of the locally based sailing schools. Dinghies, boards and wetsuits are also available to hire for those who are more experienced.

Boats are available to hire and guests can also organise charter sailings around the Mediterranean and the islands in the Mar Menor.

If sailing on the surface isn't enough, guests can explore the underwater world by learning how to scuba dive. The locally based Adventure Dive Centre opens from Easter until November and guests can take part on a complete range of courses, with lessons available for children as young as eight.

Underwater, guests can expect to see a unique blend of Mediterranean and Atlantic sea life such as barracuda, rays and moray eels. Those fortunate enough may even find themselves face to face with a turtle.

Its sheltered waters mean the Mar Menor is an excellent place for beginners and the protected Islas Hormigas marine reserve offers some of Spain's best diving. Temperatures range from 16C in winter to 30C in summer, with average visibility of 12 to 15 metres.

Guests who prefer to keep their feet on solid ground will also find plenty of relaxing activities on offer, including golf and tennis – for which the luxury resort in Spain is world famous.

Voted Europe's leading golf resort at the 2003 World Travel Awards, La Manga Club is home to three championship courses, as well as a renowned Golf Academy, which offers private tuition and intensive courses for players of all abilities.

Similarly, La Manga is home to 28 multi-surface tennis courts and a Tennis Academy, which provides coaching for guests of all ages and abilities.

Bordered by a national park on two sides, La Manga is surrounded by some Murcia's most spectacular scenery and there are plenty of ways in which guests can explore the great outdoors. Mountain biking and horse riding is on offer, while those keen to explore the countryside on foot will find dozens of well-marked trails cutting through the green hills.

Guests looking to take a more relaxed approach to their holiday can head to the luxurious Spa La Manga Club, where all manner of sumptuous treatments are available.

Signature treatments include Lomi Juma Hawaiian massage and Natura Bisse facials, while manicures, pedicures and energising wraps are also available.

With so many sports and relaxing leisure facilities on offer, guests holidaying at La Manga Club will be spoilt for choice and one thing is guaranteed, the kids certainly won't be complaining of boredom.

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